Pima cotton is a type of staple material that has extra-long, more durable fibers. The fibers in pima is 50 percent longer than regular materials, making this type extra soft since it’s made up of the fluffiest part of the bulb. Although the material is not silk, it certainly resembles it as it gracefully touches the skin. Pima cotton is usually handpicked, By using this method, less waste is produced, which lessens the environmental impact of producing this type of fabric.  Special features of Pima cotton are its luster and extreme softness. Pima cotton has a 50% longer life expectancy than other cotton products.